really awful
Crashes / Fires:
1 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
7,176 miles

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2015 Honda Civic Owner Comments

problem #4

Jan 272016


  • 13,400 miles


Unintended acceleration on 01/27/2016 when the vehicle was about to make right turn on an intersection with the right traffic light on. Suddenly it accelerated at about 60miles and hour. All my effort to stop it by applying the breaks failed temporarily. The odometer reading on the car is about 13,400 miles. No accident occurred. The vehicle is currently parked and not to be driven until Honda corporation tells me what to do. I have never had this experience with other cars I have owned or driven over the past 22 years.

- Rancho Palos Verdes, CA, USA

problem #3

Nov 222015


  • 14,326 miles
Trying to stop car but it accelerate and wheels lock causing an accident

- Toledo, OH, USA

problem #2

Apr 012015


  • 12 miles
While traveling at slow speeds in city driving, the car tends to lurch forward. Concerned about takata airbag- before I bought vehicle asked if one was installed and/ or airbag manufacturer. Could not get an answer and was told to buy a 2015 "just to be safe". in light of the 2015 VW takata airbag that just ruptured I would like advice on what to do as I bought the car. It is hard to believe that takata would be allowed to continue putting airbags in without knowing the cause.

- Brooklyn, NY, USA

problem #1

Dec 162014


  • 967 miles
With the manual transmission, when gearing down, depressing the clutch does not disengage the cruise control, so when you release the clutch, the vehicle resumes the original cruise set speed without pressing the "resume" button on the steering wheel. When we took the vehicle back to the dealer, they told us it is supposed to work that way. I have been driving manual transmission vehicles for 30 years, and it is common knowledge that depressing either the clutch or brake should disengage the cruise control.

- Findlay, OH, USA

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